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Cadillac, MI, United States

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Mason County Teenager Remembered by Special Olympics Coaches, Teammates

This Mason County teenager is being remembered. She drowned Thursday night while swimming Lake Michigan. Albrianna Huck was reported missing Thursday night around eight and found in the water about two hours later. She passed away at the hospital. This all happened at Sterns Beach in Ludington where Albrianna had been swimming with family members. 14-year-old Albrianna Huck was just... → Read More

Baldwin Welcomes Start of Troutarama

Troutarama is back in Baldwin for its 63rd year. The four day festival began Thursday and runs until Sunday. They’ll be plenty of rides, games and food for people to enjoy. There will also be free fishing for kids, the Scottville Clown Band will make an appearance and the big event is the parade through Baldwin on Saturday. Those that... → Read More

Former Ogemaw Heights Teacher to Once Again Face Sex Crime Charges

A former Northern Michigan teacher will soon be back in front of a judge to once again face sex crimes charges. Neal Erickson admitted to sex crimes against a student back in 2013. It happened when he was a teacher in the Ogemaw Heights School District. Erickson was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison. But he’s now set... → Read More

Parole Absconder Arrested in Evart Facing New Charges

A man who state police had been looking for since April is now charged in Wexford County. Leslie Robinson was arrested last week in Evart. State police say he’d been a parole absconder since April. He’s now charged with driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and for having meth. Robinson also faces charges for tampering with an electronic... → Read More

Leelanau County Cherry Farmers Thrilled As USDA Announces Plan to Purchase Additional $15 Million Worth of Tart Cherries

The USDA plans to buy an additional $15 million worth of tart cherries. Making local growers happy. That means the USDA will now buy a total of $30 million worth of cherries. They will be distributed to food assistance programs. The purchase is meant to help offset the impact cherry farmers are feeling from what they say are unfair trade... → Read More

Northern Michigan Organizations Honored for Reducing Veteran Homelessness

Some local organizations came together Monday morning to share some big news about their fight against veteran homelessness in our area. Several northern Michigan organizations were honored Monday for their work to end veteran homelessness. The Northwest Michigan Coalition to end Homelessness has reached “functional zero” in Wexford, Missaukee and Manistee Counties. That means veteran… → Read More

Wexford County Man Earns GED From Behind Bars

This man just earned his GED. And he did it while serving time in the Wexford County Jail. Gordon Mosier is scheduled to get out of jail in August. He decided after his latest drug crime conviction it was time to get his GED. If you wanted a feel good story about a successful education and graduation, this is probably... → Read More

Clare County Deputies Continue Looking for Woman Who Stole Dump Truck

Clare County deputies are still look for a woman after they chased her in a stolen dump truck Sunday night. The sheriff says deputies spotted the woman, who was wanted for a probation violation, at the McDonald’s in Harrison around 8:30 Sunday night. They chased her on foot and say she hopped in a dump truck at Walraven’s Market and... → Read More

Michigan Senate Passes Legislation to Ban Minors from Having E-Cigarettes

The Michigan Senate just took a major step to keep vaping products out of the hands of minors. The Senate unanimously passed the bill that would ban anyone under the age of 18 from having e-cigarettes. It would also ban the sale of the battery powered vaping devices to minors. Kimberly Manor owns several vape shops and supports the legislation.... → Read More

Traverse City Based Hybrid Robotics Receives Major Investment

A Traverse City company just received a major investment to help them finish building and launching a drone that can land on water. Hybrid Robotics received the investment from Boomerang Catapult. The drone they’re developing can land on water and then launch an underwater remote operated vehicle. That vehicle can go up to 500 feet under water. The company says... → Read More

Saturday Marks 1 Year Since Deadly Shooting on CMU Campus

Saturday marks one year since a deadly shooting on the campus of Central Michigan University. The shooting started an hours-long manhunt across campus and the city of Mount Pleasant. Police say former CMU student James Davis Jr. shot and killed his parents, James Davis Sr. and Diva Davis inside his room in Campbell Hall. Police caught Davis Jr. hours later. ... → Read More

Wexford County Man Charged With Kidnapping Heading to Trial

A Wexford County man accused of kidnapping two Cadillac teenagers is heading to trial. Christopher Wagenschutz appeared in court Friday morning, where both the prosecution and defense agreed to what will likely be a four day trial. Wagenschutz is charged with kidnapping and harboring runaways. He also faces charges in Grand Traverse County. Police say Wagenschutz took two girls from... → Read More

Hometown Tourist: ClaySpace TC

Looking for something fun to do that teaches you something new? Roll up your sleeves, because ClaySpace TC in Traverse City is where you can learn the art of ceramics from hand-building to throwing on a wheel. ClaySpace TC, owned by Clay Maas and Phil Wilson is not just a clay space but a community space. Phil says he became... → Read More

Northern Michigan Domestic Violence Advocates Voice Concern Over Bill Requiring Joint Custody

Another bill getting attention, this lame duck session is one that would reshape the way child custody is awarded in divorce cases. The bill passed out of committee earlier this year, but may be taken up before the end of lame duck. A lot of the concern right now is coming from people who work with survivors of domestic violence... → Read More

Hometown Tourist: InterQuilten in Interlochen

There’s a very special place in Interlochen just off the main drag where you can learn about everything quilting, and they have a needle and thread community mission this time of year. Meet Tawni Young, she loves what she does and you can tell when you visit her eclectic shop InterQuilten, where she says they try to stay on the... → Read More

Local Independent Bookstores Thriving Amid Major Online Competition

There is a bookstore boom across the country right now. Independent bookstores are reporting an uptick in sales despite strong competition from online retailers like Amazon. Horizon Books in downtown Traverse City is one of the many independent bookstores across the country standing strong and thriving in recent years. “The ’90’s we’re really those great big, big box stores and... → Read More

Leelanau County Launches Text-2-911

You can now text 911 during an emergency in Leelanau County. The county’s emergency and 911 director says they’ve been working on launching text 911 for about a year and dispatchers have spent about a month training to use it. Anyone in Leelanau County can text 911 just like any other number and a dispatcher will respond. The emergency director... → Read More

Hometown Tourist: Bliss General Store in Bliss Township

General stores. They carry so much personality of a community and are often cornerstones to many places here in Northern Michigan. We take you to the Bliss General Store in Bliss Township, an original country store that has been around for over one hundred years, that feels like you’re stepping back into time. Meet Theresa Reed, stay here a few... → Read More

Mega Millions Jackpot Reaches $1 Billion

Friday night’s Mega Millions drawing has reached historic levels. We have just learned that the jackpot has jumped $30 million dollars to $1 billion. People across Northern Michigan have caught lottery fever. At the 7-Eleven off U.S. 31 in Traverse City, the Mega Millions tickets have been, well, the hottest ticket in town. We just got the update from the... → Read More

BrewVine: Traverse City's Bonobo Winery

It’s an important time of year in the vines around northern Michigan, and a fun time to visit for a tour to really get a feel for the process wine makers go through. We take you to Bonobo Winery in Traverse City for BrewVine to learn about the process of Veraison when grapes turn color and what that means for... → Read More